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Paul G. Hiebert's contribution to the discussion of contextualization has been both wide and lasting. His ideas continue to influence missiologists and missionaries. This article investigates how Hiebert developed those ideas and aims to help readers better understand how to implement Hiebert's ideas into the missionary task.
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